Swing and a miss, or a home run? Anti-doping experts don't agree

Originally Published: December 13, 2007
By John Helyar | ESPN.com

The highly anticipated Mitchell report played to highly mixed reviews among anti-doping officials and crusaders.

To some, former Sen. George Mitchell might have just hit a game-winning home run.

To others, he took a great big swing at baseball's great big steroids problem, and missed.

"It was a recitation of history. It was another validation there's a problem. But we've got to do better than that," said Gary Wadler, a New York physician and consultant to the World Anti-Doping ...

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